Ghost Town

Author(s): Michael Clifford

Crime Fiction | No Category

A Dublin gangland king pin on the chase. A corrupt property mogul on the run. A hungry crime journalist determined to put his destroyed career back on track. And the return of the 'Dancer' - Joshua Molloy, smalltime Dublin ex-con, recently out of prison, off the booze, determined to stay on the straight and narrow. When Molloy hires Noelle Higgins, a solicitor and boomtime wife with a crumbling personal life, to help find his young son both are soon drawn into a web of treachery and violence, where Ireland's criminal underworld and fallen elite fight it out to lay claim to what's left from the crash: Euro 3 million in cash, in a bag, buried somewhere in the depths of rural Ireland. From Dublin to Spain and finally a debris-strewn ghost estate in Kerry, Ghost Town is the fast-paced and tightly written debut thriller by leading Irish journalist and commentator Michael Clifford.

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'An impressive and triumphant debut, astute in its social observations and gripping as a piece of entertainment. Mr Clifford's assured voice is a welcome addition to the canon of Irish crime fiction.' -- Irish Examiner 20120526 'A compelling odyssey into the dark heart of a country where it pays to "carry suspicion around like a spare shirt" ... Ghost Town is a journalist's book in the best sense of the word, deploying Michael Clifford's skill at reportage to forensic fictional aplomb' -- Irish Independent 20120512

Michael Clifford is a reporter and columnist with the Irish Examiner and the Sunday Times. He regularly contributes to a variety of programmes on Irish radio and television. He is author of Love You to Death: Ireland's Wife Killers Revealed and co-author of Bertie Ahern and the Drumcondra Mafia and Scandal Nation.

General Fields

  • : 9781444726121
  • : Hodder Headline Ireland
  • : Hachette Books Ireland
  • : September 2012
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Michael Clifford
  • : Paperback
  • : 384